St Stephens releases 1st cut-off list: Economics at 98.75% and 98% for Humanities

St Stephen’s College under the University of Delhi on Monday announced the first cut-off list for admission to various undergraduate courses with Economics (Hons) at 98.75% for Commerce students, and 98% and 97.5% for Humanities and Science students respectively.

The cut off for BA Programme is 97 per cent for general students who belong to commerce stream, 96.5 for Science stream, and 95 for humanities students. In case of B Economics, the cut off is 98.5 per cent for general students belonging to the commerce stream, and 97.5 percent each for both science and humanities stream students.

For B.A. (Hons) English, Humanities students need 97.5%, Commerce students need 98.5 and Science students need 98%. Each subject also has specific riders like for economics, a 90% in mathematics is mandatory to be called for the interview.
B.A. (Hons) History, Science and Commerce students need 98% while Humanities students need 96.5%.
For B.A. (Hons) Philosophy, Commerce students need 97%, Humanities students need 95% and Science students need 95.5%.
The cut-off for B.A. (Hons) Sanskrit is 65% for all streams. The cut-off for B.Sc. Chemistry is 96% and B.Sc. Physics is 97.33%.

St Stephen’s college, which always releases different cut-offs for students from different streams, had been seeing a dip in cut-offs for the last two years.

The college, which reserves 50% seats for Christians by virtue of being a minority institution, conducts an aptitude test and an interview for applicants who meet the cut-off. In its final selection criteria, applicants are given 85% weightage for their Class 12 marks, 5% for the aptitude test and 10% for the interview.

The interviews are starting from June 18.

For English (Hons), the cutoff is 97.5%, which is .25 percentage points up from last year’s 97.25 % for humanities students.

The cut-off for Science and Commerce students is 98% and 98.5% respectively, the same as last year.

The following is the minimum eligibility requirement for being called for interview for admission to the following courses:

Also Read: A Complete Guide to Delhi University Admissions 2018

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